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Im cool with that. Wasnt thinking Pearl Jam because of their long term success and evolution of their sound, but yeah, without question #1.
Not an Alice in Chains fan, but I respect what they've done.
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AIC is #1, but the other two bands are awesome, too. Have to throw Soundgarden in there, too.
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Organic wall art it is...but I agree with the music.
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Totally agree. Alice in Chains all the way (even tho they began as a glam band)! The kings of the vocal art of "yarling" that Scott Stapp copied!!!! Welcome Nirvana!
Alice in Chains were AWSOME saw them like 5 times
AIC kept it real. Nirvana ruined rock for a decade.
Hey Nirvana, I sent you a message, check your inbox.
AIC started out as a club band covering Slayer and Megadeth songs.
BTW, AIC's most recent album from a couple years ago is top-shelf.
After High School they may have covered Megadeth. In high school they were a glam band named Alice-n-chainz. They pioneered the link between metal/grunge and Layne also started the "yarling" vocalism that was followed by Creed, Candlebox and Garden. To this day you'll still hear Laynes voice belting thru the airways 2-3 times a day. RIP Mr.Staley.
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What up Natedog? Is SA also over here now?
I just spent the last weekend in Biloxi gambling my ass off and celebrating some birthdays. I love me some casinos.
On another note to the thread:
2. Pearl Jam
3. All my other favorite bands are a decent drop off.
I'm about as big a fan of Pearl Jam that you can get before becoming an insane stalker that goes to their houses. I'm actually taking a week and half off in May to see several shows in Florida on Eddie Vedder's solo tour. I'm pumped. I saw two of his shows in Atlanta about two years ago.
On a side note for any of you 90s Seattle lovers, go watch PJ20. Even if you aren't a big Pearl Jam fan, you'll love at least the first 40 minutes of the documentary. Cornell is featured a lot and the clips of PJ and AIC touring are pretty cool.
Damn. You need your ND handle here. I'm going to forget WillyDees is WDH lo.
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